Snoop Dogg Is Getting Into The Hot Dog Business

By THOUSIF INC

Snoop Dogg plans to launch his line of hot dogs called "Snoop Doggs."

The 50-year-old rapper's lawyers applied this past December.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office for federal trademark registration on the term "Snoop Doggs."

The United States Patent and Trademark Office for federal trademark registration on the term "Snoop Doggs."

He says he plans to use it to sell hot dogs, various types of sausage, and other products.

According to Billboard, Snoop's attorneys filed the trademark request as an intent-to-use application, meaning the "Drop It Like It is Hot."

The hitmaker has not yet launched the company but has serious intent to do so and wants to secure the trademark rights ahead of time.

This is the most recent in a long line of consumer ventures that Snoop Dogg has created in recent years.

He was perhaps inspired by his industrious lifestyle buddy, Martha Stewart.

In 2015, the self-proclaimed marijuana aficionado started a cannabis company called Leafs by Snoop.

He released his cookbook titled "From Crook to Cook."

In 2020, he launched his liquor line called "Indoggo Gin" and Snoop Cali Red wine with 19 Crimes.

However, the decision to enter the hot dog business might surprise Snoop Dogg fans after making headlines in 2016.

With an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" during which the "Gin and Juice" rapper learned how hot dogs are made.

By the end of the segment, Snoop exclaimed: "This is a hot dog."

"Oh, because I am never eating a mother f – – king hot dog! I do not want one if that is how they make hot dogs. I am good."

However, Snoop's aversion to tubular food might win out. In the end, his 2011 "Snoop Scoops" ice cream brand idea never saw the light of day.

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